Re: LICENSES [was: Re: Have you seen this?]
> So this isn't "derivative" in the sense of the OOP idiom "IS-A"...
> and you're saying that all I have to do to "derive from" something, is to
> include it unmodified or modified?
In copyright law "is a derivative of" means "contains a copy of all or part
of". Copyright is about making copies.
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